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Punk is American Music TV series. It first aired on Mar 11, 2019, on Epix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.2 *.


How Many Seasons Punk Has: 1 (4 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on March 11, 2019

Epix, 4 episodes

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Punk is on Epix (United States) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 4 () - Air Date: Apr 01, 2019 (5 months ago)

News & Interviews

Johnny Rotten and Marky Ramone Go Head To Head About Punk - Rock My World - according to Rockmyworld

Rotten was his usual ranting self but he saved the biggest verbal attack for Ramone. Kicking off with: “He’s not even an original Ramone,” said Rotten. Ramone replied: “But I did the Blank Generation album with Richard Hell, and you took his image. All you guys [the Sex Pistols] took Richard Hell’s image. That’s all you did…and Sid Vicious was the star.”  Rotten then instantly replied: “That’s right, he was. He was the star for a–hole fake idiots like you. Enjoy your drugs and f-ckin’ have a happy death.”

Mena Suvari rocks bizarre triple-pony hairstyle at the LA premiere of Epix Punk docu-series - Daily Mail - per Dailymail

'#BTS for #GraceAndGrit': Career-wise, Suvari has starred in five films due out later this year - Grace and Grit, Don't Tell a Soul, The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, Viscous, and Apparition (pictured Saturday with director Sebastian Siegel)

TV Party: Punker Than Thou - L.A. Weekly - by Laweekly

"The major lie about the Ramones helping form us is we were already a band," Lydon says in the doc, proceeding to blame "journalism" for the misinterpretation that the leather-jacketed New Yorkers came first. He also blames the press for perpetuating that spitting on the band was a positive thing (he hated it).

Last Punk Standing: The new Vivienne Westwood documentary - The Phuket News - per Thephuketnews

But it was Westwood’s chaotic marriage of style and attitude which helped establish the essential shock value of Punk. In Westwood’s own words, “I was messianic about punk, seeing if one could put a spoke in the system in some way.”


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